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Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz - Brugg
Environment - Innovation
Symposium Digital Methods in Life Sciences: Digitalisation in urban water systemswater and wastewater treatment using biological, chemical and physical methods. In addition to process engineering tests in the laboratory,...
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - LausannePhysics
Advancements in Nanomechanical Characterization and Biomolecular Imaging with Atomic force Microscopy
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - Lausanne
Life Sciences - Microtechnics
MechE Colloquium: Sensing for animal flight controland engineering, using biomechanics as a tool to investigate how the physical environment shapes the morphology and control systems of flying...
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - Lausanne
Chemistry - Materials Science
Birthday Symposium of Prof. Michael Graetzelreturn to Berlin, during which Michael obtained his Habilitation in Physical Chemistry at the Free University under the guidance of Professor...
17 May 2024
Thinking climate action, biodiversity and energy supply togethersupply at the same time' Cyril Brunner is a postdoc in the Climate Physics group at ETH Zurich and conducts research on climate strategies and...
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - LausannePhysics
Quantum Protocols for ML, Physics, and Finance
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - Lausanne
Nonlinear simulation of plasma turbulence using a gyrokinetic moment-based approachDavid HOFFMANN Location Thesis Director: Prof. P. Ricci, Physics doctoral program Thesis Nr. 10651 To take part in the public
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL - LausannePhysics
QSE Quantum Seminar: Towards the experimental implementation of a critical Schrödinger-cat qubit
16 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
An architectural gem and cutting-edge research facility in Basel
ETH Zurich's new BSS teaching and research building is located on the Schällemät data-driven medicine Both the new infrastructure and the physical proximity offered by the new building should help accelerate the...
16 May 2024
Physics - Innovation
Artificial intelligence calculates phase diagrams
Methods of generative artificial intelligence can be suitable for quickly calcul Basel have developed a new method for calculating phase diagrams of physical systems that works similarly to ChatGPT. This artificial intelligence   ...   are difficult to calculate Phase diagrams are fundamental in physics. They describe the states in which a material can exist-water, for
15 May 2024
Physics - Computer Science
A new, low-cost, high-efficiency photonic integrated circuit
Lithium tantalate photonic integrated circuits. Credit: Nikolai Kuznetcov (EPFL) Researchers at EPFL have developed scalable photonic integrated circuits, based on lithium tantalate, marking a significant advancement in optical technologies with potential to widespread commercial applications.
15 May 2024
Computer Science
AI detects changes in behavior in old age and improves the quality of care
 {EN, Changes in energy consumption can make it easier for caregivers to address no cause for concern. Or perhaps a conversation will reveal that the physical or mental state has changed. Limits and opportunities In a...
14 May 2024
Environment - Health
Hay Fever on the Increase Due to Climate ChangeResearchers at the Swiss Commission for Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP) of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) and the Swiss Federal
14 May 2024
Chemistry - Life Sciences
A bionanomachine for green chemistryResearchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI have for the first time precisely characterised the enzyme styrene oxide isomerase, which can be used to produce valuable chemicals and drug precursors in an environmentally friendly manner. The study appears today in the journal Nature Chemistry .
13 May 2024
Health - Physics
New gel breaks down alcohol in the body
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a protein-based gel that breaks down alcohol in the gastrointestinal tract without harming the body. In the future, people who take the gel could reduce the harmful and intoxicating effects of alcohol.
Physics - Life Sciences
Faculty of Science, University of Geneva
Geneva region Quai Ernest-Ansermet 30, 1205 Genève Category: Physics , Life Sciences Affiliation: University of Geneva

Department of Physics, ETHZ
Department of Physics, ETHZ ... Department of Physics, ETHZ Location: Zurich - Zurich region Zürich

Physics - Mathematics
School of Basic Sciences SB, EPFL
Lake Geneva region Station 1, 1015 Lausanne Category: Physics , Mathematics , Chemistry Affiliation: Swiss Federal
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Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ
of Mechanical and Process Engineering, ETHZ Department of Physics, ETHZ Eurotube Foundation NCCR CO-ME ETH Zurich is a...